Tag Archive | "How-to"

Coding the Web With Style

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

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Coding the web with style In a previous post, we covered the basics of HTML, the markup language of the internet. We explored ways to divide content into different kinds of contextual containers using tags, and we saw some rudimentary formatting as a result. But how do really style the web? How do we control […]

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How to make a web page: HTML

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

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Last week, we posted about the value of understanding HTML, the language of the web. While there are many tools that make website creation possible without requiring you to know any “code,” we feel that having a working knowledge of how the code behind a web page works is tremendously valuable. Today, we’re going to […]

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HTML- The language of the web

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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Many of us here at WPI would admit that the web has become an integral, and in some cases necessary, part of our daily lives.  Many of us surf web sites on a daily basis, relying on the web for diverse content ranging from world news to peer reviewed research articles. However, a basic understanding […]

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Speaking of Searching, just what can a simple Google search do?

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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

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Last week, the TTL blog talked about new and interesting search engines that provide information in a wealth of ways! But how can you make your simple Google searches more effective and efficient? Patrick Crispin, Instructional Technology Coordinator at California State University, Long Beach has done some research into Google and provides some hints as […]

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